The license of a nurse who worked for a pharmacy that was illegally repacking and reselling old drugs has been suspended.
Detroit has launched a cellphone application that will make it easier for residents to file complaints about infrastructure.
The Michigan Supreme Court has upheld a law requiring public school employees to pay more toward their pension or get less in retirement.
A man has been sentenced to 32 to 48 years in prison for the slaying of a MSU student.
A mother charged with slaying two of her children was removed from court after yelling at the father of one of her living children.
A national crackdown has led to the arrests of 89 people in the Detroit area with ties to gangs.
The University of Michigan has decided to show the movie “American Sniper” at its originally scheduled time and place.
MSU students are paying tribute again to an 8-year-old girl who died after a battle with cancer.
The state had to find a way to work around a computer system glitch to give a married same-sex couple the benefits they qualify for.
Power to the old tornado warning siren in White Cloud has been cut and there are no plans to replace it.
Spring is here in West Michigan, but some people may still be concerned about their winter heating bills.
A federal judge says parts of Michigan’s sex offender registry law are unconstitutional.
Michigan State University is taking its search for answers about sexual misconduct directly to the student body.
A federal appeals court has upheld a judge’s ruling that bars a central Michigan city from enforcing a bans on charity collection bins.
Students from Davenport, Aquinas and Cornerstone colleges are offering free last-minute tax preparation help for low-income households.
J.D. Martinez of the Detroit Tigers has hit the first home run of the 2015 baseball season.